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/ˈsimbəl/,
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cymbals, plural;
  1. A musical instrument consisting of a slightly concave round brass plate that is either struck against another one or struck with a stick to make a ringing or clashing sound


  1. a percussion instrument consisting of a concave brass disk; makes a loud crashing sound when hit with a drumstick or when two are struck together
  2. Cymbals are a common percussion instrument. Cymbals consist of thin, normally round plates of various alloys; see cymbal making for a discussion of their manufacture. ...
  3. This article lists characters who appear in the anime and manga fictional universe of Dragon Ball.
  4. a concave plate of brass or bronze that produces a sharp, ringing sound when struck: played either in pairs, by striking them together, or singly by striking with a drumstick or the like
  5. (Cymbals) (Heb. tzeltzelim , from a root meaning to "tinkle"), musical instruments, consisting of two convex pieces of brass one held in each hand, which were clashed together to produce a loud clanging sound; castanets; "loud cymbals. ...
  6. (Cymbals) 1) Large diameter thin brass disks usually used in pairs, played by being smashed together, 2) Group of band marchers, often double reed players in real life, wielding and smashing cymbals of various sizes who do cymbal choreography in marching show.
  7. (Cymbals) Round brass plate like instrument of a drummers kit
  8. (cymbals) Of recent times Jon has an endorsement contract with Zildjian cymbals. Like most artists his setup varies somewhat over time.
  9. Hearing a cymbal in your dreams, foretells the death of a very aged person of your acquaintance. The sun will shine, but you will see it darkly because of gloom.
  10. A thin piece of metal which when struck vibrates to produce a sound, can be used in pairs.
  11. Plate-shaped metal disc, usually slightly concave, made of brass (stamped from a brass sheet, spun on a lathe, or wire-wound). Usually from 10" to 16" in diameter, although smaller cymbals are found in mechanical pianos. Large cymbals are usually called crash cymbals or Chinese crash cymbals. ...
  12. cymbals have their origins in ancient Egypt and have changed little in over three thousand years. They are made from varying kinds and alloys of metal and are extensively used in rock music, as well as marching bands and concert orchestras. ...
  13. what they use on deer-crossing signs so you know what to sight-in your pistol with.
  14. One of a pair of shallow brass plates that are banged together to make a ringing clang.
  15. A high-pitched mixture stop, French spelling "Cymbale". In the theatre style, a percussion stop imitating the orchestral model.
  16. is King Piccolo's third son following his release. He is a large, humanoid, dragon-like Namekian, and his mutation is related to his apparent specialty, finding Dragon Balls (King Piccolo mutters that it's only fitting that such a spawn resemble a dragon).
  17. A large, round percussion instrument made of metal